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Dec 10, 2012 9:00am PST
obama's agenda -- immigration reform. starting in january the l.a. times reports the white house will begin an all-out drive for an immigration bill that will include a path to citizenship for the 11.1 million illegal immigrants currently in the country. the bill would also seek stronger border security measures, penalties for employers who hire illegal immigrants and would make it easier to bring in skilled foreign workers under special visas. in the interests of basic self-preservation, many republicans are also clambering for reform following their drubbing in the recent election when mitt's self-deportation policy lost the latino vote by a whopping 44 points. quote "there is a growing sense that this is an opportunity that should be taken, said ed jill esspi, a former republican national can i chairman. "there's no instinct like a survival instinct." for those thinking immigration reform will be a bipartisan community effort, think again. while many top republicans see a drastic need for change, many rank-and-file lawmakers remain skeptical. skeptical, indeed. politico writes rega
Dec 5, 2012 9:00am PST
always wanted to do. and an exclusive speech by bill clinton and a photo with him, which is actually priceless. lunch with obama body man reggie love which i think has set hearts aflame across the united states. >> you'red bying on that. >> i might be. >> and a character named after you and john irving's upcoming novel which i believe josh greene -- i feel like you've figured prominently john irving novels. >> will you be the villain or hero? >> probably depends on the size of your bid. >> informant. it's ongoing right now. >> yes. >> we're trying to dream up exciting item that maybe coming on set to visit with the "now" with alex wagner team should be up there. >> we're going to fix that. that will be up there by dinner time. >> look at that. bid high, america. we have to leave it there. thank you to my panel, benjamin, kerry, karen, josh and melinda. that is all. i'll see you tomorrow noon eastern, 9:00 pacific when joined by richard wolf, michael eric dyson, brian anderson and rana fa roo har. find us at with alex. "andrea mitchell reports" is next. good afternoon
Dec 13, 2012 9:00am PST
taxes and spending, does president obama have the stomach for snoer? the president has yet to nominate anyone to his second term cabinet. his predecessor george w. bush had nominated seven new cabinet members, and in 1996 bill clinton had already nominated new secretaries of state in defense by november 5. jay carney on the delay. >> what is the hold-up? is there a hold-up? >> there's no hold-up. the president has made no decisions, and i have no personnel announcements to make. >> there's a reason for the late pass. any announcement would distract now from the white house's laser-like focus on its fiscal message. officially the white house insists the delayed schedule has nothing do with the current budget fight, and according to the hill, senior administration officials and others familiar with the process say the fiscal debate and cabinet moves are proceeding independently on parallel tracks. the biggest decision he has to make is to appoint to replace the popular hillary clinton at state? does he go for his preferred pick u.n. ambassador susan right and gerd for another fi
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